- A video was shared on Facebook showing a group of women doing the Jerusalema challenge at a resort in Mahikeng
- The ladies showed off their dance moves while incorporating their Tswana culture
- South Africans loved the video and it quickly gathered over 28 000 views
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A group of dancers, Mmaausi, showed off their skills in the Jerusalema challenge and a video of it went viral on Mzansi social media.
The Tswana ladies danced to Master KG's hit song at the Cookes Lake Resort in Mahikeng. Mmaausi shared the video on Facebook and it quickly went viral, even making its way onto the #ImStaying Group.
The post was captioned:
"This is how we do it in Tswana #JerusalemaChallenge, we thank Cookes Lake Resort for allowing us to show out our talent in, together we can."
The video gathered over 28 000 views in just a day and thousands of social media users commented on their amazing dancing.
Vincent Kgope commented:
"Let's do this, you guys are the winners of the challenge."
Tholah Hlongwane said:
"Woooow I love you guys. Hope one day you will teach me how to dance like you."
Kholofelo Raphahlelo wrote:
"Guys you rock, you nailed it."
Take a look at the video by clicking on this link.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported earlier a graduate wanted to thank his grandparents for giving him and his siblings unconditional love. The young man, who was only identified as @pipozaire06, decided to show appreciation by upgrading his grandparents' house.
He posted snaps of it online and inspired South Africans, whose hearts were touched by his kind gesture.
Meanwhile, Nasty C recently took to social media to show some love to his fellow South African rapper Cassper Nyovest. It is refreshing to see that there are still Mzansi musicians who still get along following so many beefs among our faves amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nasty C, who recently dropped his album Zulu Man With Some Power, shared a clip of a lion while it was relaxing and playing in the sun.
The There They Go hitmaker can be heard in the background telling someone:
"That's Cassper doing nothing."
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